Bible Answer Man with Hank Hanegraaff
Best of BAM: Living Out of Order, and Q&A
On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast, Hank shares his thoughts on Watchman Nee’s classic little book, Sit, Walk, Stand. According to Nee’s thesis, gleaned from the Epistle to the Ephesians, far too many Christians are living life out of order; struggling in the flesh with what can only be done in the Spirit. Before Christians can walk with Christ and stand against the enemy, they must first understand their seated position with Christ.

Hank answers questions on the following topics:
  • Why didn’t God commission the Apostle Paul to write an inspired systematic theology? Wouldn’t that have ended all theological debates and denominations? 
  • I hear different things about the mark of the beast and I want your opinion on it; what are the repercussions for those who take the mark of the beast?
  • Why do you say Word of Faith theology elevates man and demeans God?
  • Can you address ISIS’ view of Jesus? 
  • How should I deal with belligerent atheists on social media sites?
  • Saturday, April 25, 2015

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Sit, Walk, Stand (Book)

Could it be that one of the reasons the Christian church in the West is losing ground is that we’ve gotten things backwards? That we’re trying to stand before we sit with Christ in the heavenlies?

According to Watchman Nee, “Christian experience begins with sitting and leads to walking, but it does not end with these. Every Christian must learn also to stand. Each one of us must be prepared for the conflict. We must know how to sit with Christ in heavenly places and we must know how to walk worthy of him down here, but we must also know how to stand before the foe.”

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